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„ tpi' (I"i!cr»l Grosbum has been oonllnU '■< hls bous® l'or two days with chills 'V.'/j Chief Justice Coleridge was on Sat. w ^'y cuterlalned by tha Baltimore Bar i.a.Æiftti'»»* i,,,w won renominated for Mayor of eSlVU, on Saturday ereatM, by a mass meeilna of Ilepubllcan and Democratic '"•msT'orean Kmtiassy fUlleil Ihe Iuterlo n»iûrtment on Saturday and were partlcur H 1 „pissed by the dlaplay of models In Ätent Offlee. ....nt Arthur spent yesterday at Karl , „ V,,,v Jersey, with Becrctary of State Freilrnrhuyse". He Is expected to return to Neff York to-day. Blsiioo Marty states that Sitting Bull la ini under Instruction, and that be hopes ! : to have the pleasure of receiving him tsto the Catholic Church. . UiilU' a number of caaes of poisoning by nave occurred In Boston during last hut us yet with no ratal results. The rt «»c came from Vermont. Ths trial of John H. Chisholm, In Newark, Vetr Jersey, for the kllllog of hls wife, was ; nde d on Saturday by tho Jury rendering a verdict of murder lu the first degree. A skeleton was found near San Francisco Frlihiy night, which Is believed to be thitot C. K. Helden, a chief engineer, who l„,b,cu missing lor several mouths. ,1 K. Spangler, n merchant of Princeton, IVed virgin's, was found dead In bed nt the vujrjra House, Baltimore, on Saturday morning, having been sufiocatcd by gas. Hon. Charles Creighton Haaowcll, for n nuarh r ol a century connected with the «11 loriil staff of the Hoetou TravtUtr, died tn llever. , Ma-a.-cliusctts, on Saturday at the age of Gît. The Biiai l ol olllcera at Fortress Monroe lociumlne civilian candidates for commls slons in the army, completed their iatrnra oh Batnrdny. Twelve persons were passed and Uro found deficient. Archbishop Feeban left Chicago, yester diy, on hls way to Rome, to attend the con futation of American Archbishops. Arch blrhop (lihhoiis will sail from New York for Koine on Wednesday. Asron Kelly killed another colored mao on Friday night, oil Hog Island, Russell They both loved the same county, Georgia, woman, and hud been quarreling all day. Kelly give himself up. 'flu* fifty-third semi-annual Conference of the Mormon Church met in Halt Lake, Utah, cu Friday. The attendance was large ana "the nu (tings show the determination of tho Church to ftand by polygamy." A riot occurred among a party of colored nun on tin* Anniston and Atlantic railroad, near Talladega, Georgia, on Saturday. Three were shot and killed, and a number wire wounded, some of whom will die. A collision occurred between two coal trains on the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad, near Oakland, Penna., on Friday night Archibald Lord, a fireman, ml .lohn Dunn, an engineer, were fatally Injured. The yellow fever patients and passengers on the f-tcainer Newbern, at San Francisco, fill t>u transferred to a lighter to-day, 60 a» oa.V.v the vessel to be fumigated. Pas wiifiB vvill be allowed to go ashore on or an for cdm-Mlay, E-ir'y on Saturday morning Patrolman wri:*.* C Kimball, of Detroit. Michigan, i» "*t and killed wble in pursuit of thrtjo ■us character® who were endeavoring : arrest. One of the men, "Billy" fled. L. was ter famine a f . New Orleans con i'"*-. On Saturday they Mayor, by diree i. • < the Council, employed a number of »carry casks of water tothosowho without a supply. Water was sold at five and ten cents a bucketful. TL' lilly.ninth anniversary dlnuer of the «-nth llctfirueiit, New Satur rvn*» «»j the r •Vi-p given «t Dclmonlro's • :jit. .Speeches were mide by General .-^eeretary Evarts, Mayor Edison, un*, y M. De pew, General Woodford The National Llue steamship Canada, a general cirgo and 345 jpassengeni, wat tov.ed Into S'. Johns, New Foundland, j't.-t' i 'lay, with her main shaft broken. She ti id. und severe adverse weather for Hlflii .lays after leaving Liverpool for New I \V[, L'oiug rapidly around a curve near »ne of the western suburbs of Chi sterday, a dummy cur filled with r* wub derailed and thrown into a dit« 1:. Charles Cook is thought to be fatally Injured, and eight others more or It« Btrkmsly, On Saturday morning Albert Elsteinan killed his Aum a,, Chi i •*-kf ife lu Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A Mur found by the police stated that the wife Gitm e xpressed a desire to be killed, uni at last the husband consented to gratify hrwi-h. A small iron bar was used to crush her head. The Signal Corps Station, at Barnegat, ew Jersey, reported that a very rare sped nun of the Mesoplodon,or bottle-nose whale, M-l heeu washed ashore at that station. rrof-SMir True and Mr. Palmer, of the Smith ian Institute, on Saturday took a plaster cast ol the carcass. Henry Brooks and John Rice, convicted Montgomery, Alabama, on Saturday, for carrying concealed deadly weapons,' con jttsol they had murdered a man and burned 5,, residence In Jackson county, Alabama, my were sent to Pratt mines to work out Hue, but escaped on tho way. Thirty-two of the driveis on the Belt L ? ne "Street tars h' Washington quit work yes terday on un order from the lvnlght6 of La tor, of which organization they are mein ucd. The order was issued because of tho rt UjuI of the Superintendent to reinstate a «river who was discharged on Saturday. During a difficulty ou Saturday between , *}• J* u y» u colored stable boy, and Wce »! McDaniels, a farm hand, at .Fort Scott, iY.Ï 88 '*! 1,10 hitter shot and killed May. One j the shot j II red by McDauiels after j assiug wrough May's bund entered the back of uiigu BiinkcrhotT, a prominent lawyer of •Tt k»cott, lullictlng a mortal wound. George Pierce, of Koyport, New Jersey, plain of the ßchooner Caxrlo Hall Lester, i>«ru that on Tuesday last, while six miles u Mioie lie encountered a severe gale, aud hi«,. V,BaI began to fill with water he with „ rcv ! Wint a ®hore for assistance. On hls hu » , , eaw a khree-masted schooner take Ws Vet 6'*l in tow and make ofl with her. oniLi V'.?, colli6| on between two trains riiiir .,,1 , ?* lore an<1 Michigan Southern '-vi 1 * lll »ford, Michigan, on Satur ÏL. , r fP P^ons were Mlled-Mrs. ofc ,!! l ,' <lson ' Michigan; Mr. Warrick, lu "l a man whose remains "™ uot ''«'ii identified. W wal i . Mrs. Weaver had crubhea. The wreck took fire and were burned. MÖ, i- filing hls name ss Rev. Charles ttr a ? n< ''totaling to be a Lutheran mlnle chan f irrrB,e d lor stealing a watch and L run ] the proprleU»r of the Bremen taiil i,',, 11 '*°h°ken, on Friday night. He ai .| i. lu, der J,he influence of liquor bull '! 1 10,1 to wink because be of*, 1 :'' 11 ''faulted In New York and robbed On » , r,lonp y he had. Hint ,!? a . ,,r 'toy evening the brakes on a tnp #,*• Ul ° , * t of order as It reached tho Alluri. 1 K'ado ou Sandusky street, by Uiy. The car ran through the , * ' - opting of the Fort Wayne rail tr&it, "-p, c °hlded with a passing freight % f ar was w *"ccked and all the pas JureJ '\V' u nun, b»er, were more or less lu ' ; ill'probaw";,| ( ? 10rC ' 1 ' ttnd Hugh DU "' pa'. ; fcafl ^ Hoape. fort:? "Evergladee," sold by Dan Urltd .4 cor. Second and Market. A m Bt ' ,c k of trunees, "Verdant Green" In r,nok. tbt. Jsmes tiasette.l Eveiyboly will in k | a d to bear that "Cuthbeft Redo" (the Rev. E. Bradley) hae bef-n appoint« <1 to owe ol tho good things of the Church, the vicarage of Lenten, Li ucoln •blre, to wit, which is worth £700 a year. One wonder»,by the way,how many of those who have laughed over tho honest fun of 'Verdant Qreen" are aware that the author was not educated at Oxford. Mr. Bradley graduated at Durham, where he was Thorp Scholar and Foundation Scholar (at, Uni versity College). "Verdant Green" may not be a perfectly faithlul reproductif u of the Oxford life of even thirty years ago: but lor a non Oxoutan to have made the book a favorite with Oxonians la no lacoualderable achievement. Such lit erary feata, however, are far from being un paralleled. Charles Lamb was doubtless right In wäret tug thut Milton's Morning .Hymn ol Adam and Eve penned at mid night, and Use German'» description of the camel in the popular «tory waa very likely as Interesting as that ol Ihe Englishman or the Frenchman. There id a tradition that icott had nevér seen Melrose Abbey when he wrote the famous description lu tho "Lay of the Last tllnstrcl;" and it Is tradition, but an unquestioned fact, that KobJe was never In the Holy Land, though Dean 8tan)ey could note the accuracy of some of his allusions to the scenery ol Palestine con tained In "The Christian Year. A YOUNG MAN'S CASK. Mr. H. S. Hodgbit, ,Tr., of No, 147 Park street Lowi at on, Mo., relates to tho following personal nn rrativo, Mny 14,1883 : "About fifteen months alnco I had a severe attack of typhoid forer, was very la mo, and confined to my bed for eleven weeks, and when tho fev was in a very debilitated condition. My hack and loins seemed to have no strength, and I bad no vitality or appetite. 1 tried various kinds of medicine recommended by my friends« but found they did not improve ray condition. 1 was Induced to try Hunt's Remedy which has been used with such great success hero in Lew iston that it has a very enviable reputationof beinga most reliable modicine. 1 purchase 1 one bottle, and can dato my improved health from the time 1 commenced Using it, and my progress continued very repidiy; 1 gained in strength, and experienced Irss pain iu my back my appetite increased, and after using threc(3) bottles ray pains wore all gone, nnd my health entirely restored, und I can most heartily re commend Hunt's Remedy to any whomny nood Mir ue remedy for debility, kidney or urinary troubles." left mo 1 b A GOOD MECHANIC. Mr. L. J. Jones, of No. 10 Charles Street, Portland, Me «writes us those convincing foots: "May 11,1883. I have fer several years beon troubled with liver complaint and sndigeetlon, and have suffered at times tirrlblo distress, and have trlod many dtlfcrent cures, so called, that have beon recommended from time to time. I one day noticed In ono of our papers tho testi monial of a person that had used Hunt's lfemcdy and been cured of diseases similiar to mine. 1 purchased a bottlo of ono of Portland, and bcloro 1 had used the first bottle found that I was improving beyond my expecta tion ; hnvo used in nil six bottles, and 1 have trouble from indigestion, no distress or pain in back as I formerly had; and since I have been cured rny wife has used it for kidney tronblo and it has cured her. Wo can botbsay that Hunt's Remedy is a blowing to any that troubled with kidnoy or liver diseases, or indi gcetlon. Wo gladly rccoinmend.it toourfriends or to any sufferers fron« liver or kidnoy diseases an 1 y for the best interest of suffering humanity." ( drug stores in S. this letter as yon may choost bo «3 FT m - 1 3J Ol _* •< o Oö O H t=3 m3 S3 Xi t=t j r "0 oe> S3 3 lï » » e j=ö *• I S3. I CO IK >3? ,4 fi ? IB W # ^LOTTERY*' $30,000 for $2. 2 ND REGULAR MONTHLY DRAWING WILL TAKE place tn the Masonic Hall, Temple Building.in Louisville, K> ., MtiBonlc Thursday, October 25, 1883. A LAWFUL LOTTERY AND FAIR DRAW ING», chartered bv the Legislature of Ky., ami twice declared legal by the highest court In the »tale. Bond given to Henry County In the sum off100.000 for the ^prompt payment of all prizes sold. A REVOLUTION IN SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS. supervisor, «»"Every ticket holder hls can call out the number on ills ticket and corresponding number on ihe tag placed in the wheel In Ids nre encc. These orawlngs will -r on the last Thursday of every monta. Read the magulficent OCTOBER SCHEME. 00,0 a 10,000 ACIU) . 5,000 6, ore 10,000 10,000 10,000 12,000 10,000 2,7c0 1, w.o Hl'rlze.... . 1 Prize. 1 Prize.. 2 Prizes, |2>6 °each 3 " i,uoo " . 2»! •• 500 " . 100 M 100 •* . 50 " .. 20 M . to '* ... 800 " Approximation 200 •• " 11 1.000 ;; 0 " 9 * 1« .... 1110,400 1,857 Prizes. WBOL1C TICKET», fiß. HALFTICAKTP fl. 27 Ticket^ »50; 65Ticket, flOO. Bemit Money or Hank Draft In Letter, o* send by Express. Don't rend hj Rjy» tat »«dljjjjjr« Post Offlce Or<tcr. Ordere of 9o and upward by Express, can h«sent at our expense. Add' ess all orders toj. J.DOUGl.AH, Louisville Kv, tinnum* \ <2 L' ■ n I n \ I 122 i In Medium-Weight Over coat«, suitable for this Fall weather,our assortment is unu sually large. Genteel in cut and general make-up and low in price. A. C. YATES & CO. ! -LEDGER BUILDING Chestnut and Sixth Streets, PHILADELPHIA. LIQUOR DEALERS. JOHN P. DONAHOE, V -BOTTLER OF 4NÜ HOLE AUKNT OF WILLIAM MASSEY A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA Ale, Porter and Brown Stout, —ALSO— e Ce.ebrated Bartholomay Rochester Beer, fbe brewings are unequalled for purity and flavor: constantly on hand In kegs or bottled. Minutai waters la all the d liferent flavors. b i7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET, WILMINU .TON, DEL. JV* Polite and accommodating driven. Orden iy mall promptly attended to. He usd with the Telephone Exchange. Is also con nec and hla signal myl-18 ( ^RANGE GROVE PURE RYE WHISKY. —IN FACT— THE PUREST, RICHEST All» BEET RYE WHISKY EXTANT. By the galion or bottle. JAMES A. KELLY : Uniform in quality Rich and delicate In fl AbsolutUypure rye. A and «afetoilc. A reliable utimulant S. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS, mvS-lv-26 THE BEST GLASS 1 —OF LAGER BEER 1 -IN TUE CI i Y, ALBO - PORTER AND AT/E ON DRAFT, AT E. P. FREYE'S, NO. 17 EAST SECOND STREET. JylS-tm _______________ 4^1'ECIIT & SPAHN Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery —AND— BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT, CORNER FIFTH AND DUPONT STREETS, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. B^Ordcrs by mall promptly filled. Families supplied with bottlel beer; pint bottles 6>. cents a dozen. A share of your patronage is tied. ipectAilly sollc tel2-l-l7 GRAND UNION HOTEL, [European Plan] and Restaurant, OPPOSITE THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT, Wilmington, Delaware. Tills hotel Is a new building, furnlohed in a most elegant st> American and German comforts, and eatables first-class at fair prices. HENRY BLOUTH. entirely newly tie and ofTers Refreshment* Proprietor. W E HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. S. BONDED WAREHOUSE» pure whiskies from the following celebrated tlllerles* • A. Overkolt A Co., Janunrv 1879 and Jane 1880. A. Uackenheimer ft Bro., May 1879. John Gibson. Hon ft Co.,May 1879 aud June 1880. llannlu Distilling Co., August 1879. Hherwood, November 1873 and June 1880. Neverslnk (Rending, Pa.,) February, 1880. Mt. Vernon, May, 1880. JS The above goods will be sold either In bond or tax paid at the lowest market rates. Sample may be seen at this store. NO. 103 MARKET STREET. my6-2P FRANCIS KELLY ft O') SEIDEN BE RG'S CIGARS! AT WHOLESALE RATES. Chas. J. H. Beckett, 108 WEST SEVENTH STREET. tv.m-mr. ^NTON HENZE, 124 KING STREET. FINEST BRANDS OF| WINES. NIEKSTEINKR REISLING, NINO MARSALA, M1SMILMERE. ETC. Also a fine line of LIQUORS, And the best brands of Havana nnd &EY WEST CIGAR». POT II 'S CELEBRATED BEEF, Alwavs on band, lfynu want a glass of beer A. H s NF.tt'S is the place you are looking ior. aug23-tf-î« NO. -24 KING 8EIIF.ET. i» [OtfefttE-LlQUq —n-—^ [h - J MTB UjBL LAJŒO V8» SATURDAY'S EXPERIENCES. Last Saturday made great havoc with the big piles of clothing. Fall overcoats were twice decimated, and every grade of suits in each range, from the small boys' to the fat men's, went down before the demand, and yet the stock comes up strong to-day—so great are the Oak Hall resources. What means this big demand! It means that the people and Oak Hall are an association lor mutual profit is the basis, great sales the result. Strict confidence WANAMAKER & BROWN. Oak Hall, 8. E. Corner Sixth and Market. JOHN MEALEY. NO. 205 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL. Sole Agent for State of Delaware for WERNER & CO.'S Champagne Wine PRICE LIST. Per Cate 18 do 84 *7.00 *8.00 DIAWOUirr IN QUANTITIES. 5 Coma 10 Caaes - 25 Cases - 5 per cent. • 10 per cent. - 15 per cent. 1 PORTED BELFAST GINVEK ALE BASS ALE. BROWN STOUT. IMPORTED AND KEY WEST CIGARS Pure Rye Old S'm Whisky, Diamond O Whisky. NE W Alt VER T1HEM ENTS, 8 TEAMHHH* LINES, PFNsTO \ K For wound, dtsoaso or other L XilN .-»AV/ .y O disability. Widows, minor ohildrou and dependent parents entitled when death resulted. Claims reopenod, restoration, increases, bounty, back pay and discharges ob tained. Apply at odco, delay prejudices your rights. Fees flxod by law. Address, with sump, the old established firm of KDSoN St CO , Attorneys and Claim Agents, 917 F. St., Washi ngton, 1). C. _ jyfl ' PATKNTS andkrson & smith, JL ZL A X O. solloltor of v s . and Foreign Patents, No. 700 Seventh street, cor. G, opp. c. ». Patent office, Wa hlngtun, i». C. Corr» » N .^charp for odvicc. No I.ewiH Johnson A cC Bankers and Postmaster? Washington, D. C, Pamphlet of Instructions free. WAY'S SWIFT SURE OINTMENT Cures Plica, Itching blind and bleeding;Barber'a Itoti, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Ringworms, Ulcers, Chilblains. Pimples, all Skin IUmmscj. The best Ointment in the world. The people to be the Judge. All druggists sell it. Meente. Whole sale by JOHNSTON , HOLLOWAY A CO., Phll a., Pa, Checks In O hours CURES in 3 I)aYN J. P. Miller, M. D. -DRUG STORE 15 N.llthet.Phlla 48 formen AGENTS Attention. KTEOK ALARM CLOCK, with Lumi nous Composition Fao«. Time seen dis tinctly at night. NOTHING SELLS SO RAPIDLY, *200 a month easily made. Send 82.60 for sample, or 8-cent stamp for Rill partic ulars. CLOWES A FUISBIE,General Agents, lanl9-1-14 Waterbnry. Oonn M PATENTS F. A. Lehmann, Solicitor of American av.d Foreign Patents, Washington, D. C. All busi connected with Patents, whether before t e Patent Office or the Courts, promptly . No charge made unless a patent is Bend for circular. attenoed sec«» red. a28-t* 1 A \rn CLAIMS A SPECIALTY, I J A WARRANTS, ADDITION A it HOMESTEAD CERTIFICATE» and all kli' is of LAND SCRIP bought and sold. Large Sto .nd II1UIIEST 1*BU ES Paid, l)o you waul lô sell or buy? If so, write to A. A. THOM/ Attorney-at-Law. Washington. D. (J. PURE INDIA TEAS! Absolutely pure. They contain no spurious or exhausted leaves. NoMicmlcals or Coloring Matter used in their Preparation. Very valuable lor mixing with Weaker nnd Cheaper China Teas. They contain a very high percentage ol Extract. They are cultivated and prepared under the supervision of Foreigners, upon the most approved scientific methods. The eaf Is inanlpufated by machinery, giving uniformity of appearance throughout entire pluekings. They retain their valuable qualities T>-r an un usual leiigth ol time. JOHN C. PHILLIPS ft CO., 13» Water street, New York. CateRita Tea Hvmll* Agents of the PEN SIONS TO ALL and lung disease NUmsm o» hull by act! Von amnion. Widows. UtwrSramud sister* are all deserters, iMCMtaSID T ik. DR. ^ a : M V Êà in J BEFORE-AMD-AFTER Electric Appliance« aro sent on 30 Day«* I rial, TO MEN ONLY, YQUKQ OR OLD, W HO arc suffering from Nsavors panujTT, Lost Vitality, Lack of Nanva Foaca and Y iooa. Wastino WKAKhKssss. and all those diseases of a Personal Natur« resulting from Abvses end Otiikh Causics. »iieetly relief and complote resto ration of Bkaltb, V looaand Manhood Ucajbxkteuu. grandest discovery of the Nineteenth Century. 1 at once for Illustrated Pamphlet Loo. Address The Bend j^NCHOR LINE. UNITED STATE» MAIL STEAMSHIPS ball From New York Every Saturday for GLASGOW via. LONDONDERRY, Cabin passage, föO to |80. Second cabin, flO. Steerage, outward, f28. Prepaid, f21. LIVEBPOOL à QUEENSTOWN SERVICE. FURNESS1A sails Oct. 1A Nov. 17, Dec. 22. CITY OF ROME sails Oct. 27, Dec. 1. BELGRAVIA sails Nov. 3,: Dec. 8 Cabin passage |G0 to flOO according toaccommo dttions. second Cabin and Steerage as above. Anchor Line Drafts Issued at lowest rates — paid tree of charge In England, Scotland Ireland. For Passage. Cabin Plans. Book of Tours, Ac., apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS. Nev York, or SAMUEL F. BETTS, Adams Express, or, A. D. LeCarpenter, DuPont's Mills, Wil mington and AND AFTER MON ADY, MAY 14, 1883, THE NEW AND ELEGANT STEAMER O* WILMINGTON, For Philadelphia, calling at Marcus Ilook and Chester, leaves Wilmington dally, »unduy In eluded, from Fourth street wliarr at 6.40 a. m.; returning leaves Philadelphia nt 4.15 p. in., from second wli»rf below Chestnut street. Boat can he chartered for moonlight excursions at low -au s. Freight received all da* at Philadelphia. FREIGHT LINES , J.OR Electric Line Steamers Triplet, Vesper and Annie -SAIL F BOM NEW YORK. King Street Wharf, I Pier 15, East River, Wilmington,Del., I New York, Tuesday, Thursday, [ Monday, Wednesday Saturday, p. n. Friday., 4 p. m. Freight carried as low as by any other line New \ ork and Eastern cities. in26-tf E. ANDREWB, Agent. pOR PHILADELPHIA. WARNER'S Philadelphia and Wilmington Propellers Sail dally from Market street wharf, Wilming ton, and first wharf below Chestnut street, Philadelphia, atfip. m. FREIGHT CARRIED as low as by any other lino, and carefully handled under our personal supervision. Express deliv eries made in cither city by our own wagons. Chas. Warner & Co. Only office in the city connected with Telephone Exchange by two wires, two transmitters and two indicators. m28-tf HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DRIVE! TOE ODOMETER WILL TELL. Tills Instrument is no larger than a watch. It ~ el number of iniln driven to the tell tbo l-iooili pa ri ol a mile; counts op to 1,(J00 miles; <1 dust tight; always In order; sa ves driven; Iseâaily attached hor ses f rom being to the wheel of a Bugg y, Ca rriage, Sulky, Wag..n, Road < art. Sulky Plow, lli iipi r, Mow.t, or other v ehicle. Invaluable to L iverymen^ D rivera, Physic i ans, Farmers. Hurvcy _Drayme n, Expressmen, Stage Own ers , ftc. Price only 95. 00 each, onc-thlrd ihe p rice of an y other Odometer. When or dering give diameter o f the w hec*. Sent by mall post paid. Address, Plea« reoelpt of price. ÄlcDONNEL ODOM KT EK CO., 2 North La Sallo St., Chicago. augl8-3m-dftw 49* Boa.1 for Ctrcnlar. rxTERiXAin remedies. THE GOING VETERINARY REMEDIES ! -BY •W ILLI A M! S These remedies have a world-renowned reputation, and if once given a trial will quickly prove their superior qualities. 0 PRICE LIST : A GENERAL CONDITION POWDER, FOR WORM8, PER PACKAGE FOR FIATULA, SPRAINS, THNDER CORNS, AND GEN ERAL LINIMENT, PER BOTTLE - unn FOR SPRAINS BELOW JOINT, CURBS AND SPLINTS, 60 CENTS ™ KSK" 0F EVEKY ASCRIPTION - - ' 60 cento! rUK lrlKi oil - - • « 91P1TNTR FOR EYE WATER . . . 2S fiïwT» FOU WARTS ... . 25 CENTO FOR GREA8E AND SCRATCHES - . . 25 CENTS! FOR COLIC ;. . 25 CENTS! The above remedies are in use by the leading horsemen in the country, and as they are simple and safe any person may admin ister them to his horse and save a large doc tor's fee. They will do all they are recom mended to if the directions are followed and they are kept constantly on hand. GENERAL CONDITION POWDER. This may be used as the very best treat ment in Epizootic,Distemper, Swollen Glands and should be administered especially after hard drive to prevent the animal from being feverish. It is indispensable in colds and coughs. 60 CENTS. 50 CENTS. a WORM POWDER. This is the only sure remedy ever used for those anoying pests. If the animal is so troubled they will be expelled in a very short time after the first administration, leaving the horse in excellent condition and the hair lively color. a FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS, Tender Cords and a general Liniment. This is the best liniment in the world, and is used by Robert Bonner to-day in preference to any other. FOR SPAVIN below the joint. A horse spavin can be re moved and the hair restored in six weeks. A hog spavin can not be removed, the only relief to the animal is to give him a high heeled shoe. Wounds of every description can be healed by these remedies. FOR THRUSH. By following the directions the lame horse can be relieved in three days, ready for use, and by attending to his feet twice week and giving him a dry stall he will never be troubled again. a FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES. This is now the only safe and sure remedy If the disease involves the entire leg it will make a perfect cure, and will remove any skin disease on any part of the body. in use. FOR COLIC. This remedy is so convenient that the horse can be relieved without even taking him from the carriage if it be wind colic. If flatulent keep the horse quiet and in addition to the remedy give 3 or 4 tablespoonfuls of scalded flour and starch with 2 ounces of laudanum every 2 hours for 4 to 6 hours and if there are no other complications no horse need ever die with colic under his treatment. -FOR SALE AT THE NIGHT PHARMACY, 402 MARKET ST. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.